The tobacco industry has never lost a lawsuit. But a new billion-dollar legal assault, and a high-ranking defector, may change that. Time investigates allegations of Jeffrey Wigand, former vice president of Brown & Williamson, that the tobacco company manipulated nicotine levels in cigarettes, knowingly used a carcinogenic additive to make pipe tobacco taste better and covered up research into "safer" cigarettes.
This file is not available for digital download. IRE members may place an order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org